Everyone enjoys dining at restaurants. If you don't want to spend time in the kitchen
preparing or cleaning up after the meal, it could be wiser to have someone else make it.
Dining out, though, may be a real challenge when it comes to maintaining a balanced diet.
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Some of the tips, like looking over restaurant menus in advance to ensure you get healthy options,
are likely already familiar to you. Also, when sitting down, don't touch the bread basket.
Even if it tastes great, eating out isn't the healthiest option because it's packed with calories and sodium.
To enhance the flavor and texture of their dishes, restaurants often use more butter and salt.
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